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stevens and abc's jon karl is standing by with this late news. jon? >> reporter: this is ahead of a major congressional hearing tomorrow into what happened in that attack on our consulate in libyament and we are hearing new details, details that we have never heard before about what went down and this is significantly different than what we were told at the time. at the time as you recall we were told it was a protest that went bad and became an attack. now we are told there was no protest going on outside that embassy. the first indication that they heard anything outside the walls of the embassy, of the consulate compound was an explosion and gunfire. they looked through a camera to see what was going on and we are told they saw a large number of armed men coming in and approaching that compound. we're told it was a very complex attack without precedent in u.s. diplomatic history, we've never seen an attack like this in libya or anywhere else we were told, by this senior state department official. so, diane, one other fascinating detail is they still don't know how ambassador stevens go
their own supersmackdown. just hours before their faceoff, jon stewart is here, going head-to-head. and he's in a fighting mood. >> oh, yeah. it's on. >>> little debate poster up there. good morning, america. glad to have lara back. elizabeth vargas here, as well. it was a big night for the white house. president obama and mitt romney facing off in the first crucial debate in denver. overnight polls give romney the win. the question, now, will it boost him enough in those key battleground states? >> it was the most-tweeted event in social history. our political team is standing by with a full roundup of the night. and what this means for both candidates, with just 33 days to go until the final vote. >> we're closing in right now. and josh and sam, you had a special visit yesterday. robin tweeted out the first v picture since her transplant in the visit. >> sam and i went, hoping to raise her spirits. the morning after, our spirits remain raised. it was a beautiful afternoon. >> can't wait to hear more about it. >>> let's get more about the first big debate. "your voice, your vote." our pow
a pivotal role in so many battles and comfortable base battles. here tonight, jon karl. >> reporter: he was a native of kansas but chose pennsylvania to be his home. after law school at yale, he settled in philadelphia, rising in the prosecutor's office to become district attorney. he took a break in 1964 to work on the warren commission, helping develop the single-bullet theory. specter was elected to the senate in 1980 where he became a fiercely even-handed centrist. he helped sink robert bork's supreme court nomination. >> judge bork i think with all respect you're putting the rabbit in your hat. >> reporter: his tough grilling of anita hill angered democrats. >> i object to that vociferously. i'm asking questions here. >> reporter: and hped lift clarence thomas to the high court. in 2009 he again infuriated republicans by supporting president obama's $800 billion stimulus bill. he lost the support of his party and became a democrat. but pennsylvania democrats didn't return the favor and he lost his bid for a sixth term in the democratic primary. specter battled cancer in 2005 and ag
really wants to see. the comedian versus the cable news anchor. jon stewart and bill o'reilly faceoff in rumble 2012. we'll handicap the showdown and look at how the opponents are getting ready. is stewart really prepping with colbert and a chicken? nothing would surprise me with jon stewart. >> sounds about right. >>> we're going to start with an amber alert in colorado. the fbi has joined the search for jessica rodriguez, last seen leaving for school yesterday morning. she never arrived. clayt clayton sandell is on this story. clayton? >> reporter: good morning to you, dan. 50 police officers, including the fbi, are search right now, overnight using bloodhounds in temperatures that near freezing. and no sign of jessica. a desperate search under way for a 10-year-old last seen nearly 24 hours a ago. the last time anybody saw jessica was 8:30 friday morning. she left to walk three blocks to meet friends for a walk to school. a route she did every day. but she never got there. when jessica didn't show up for class, the school called her home. but jessica's mother, who works the overnig
this and we will have the new toll from the contaminated injections. >>> so what happened when jon stewart and bill o'reilly duked it out in their big debate? kind of doing what other candidates were not able to do during the real debate. >> clash of the tightens there. >>> and ben affleck's biggest hit. he hits a car and leaves a note, and how nice, we'll tell you what he wrote. when you have that kind of money, here's my info. >> you can take out my minivan anytime you want, ben. >> you are a fan, huh? >> yeah, but i want to get the upgrade. >> courtesy of ben? >>> and obama and romney on opposite sides of the country. >>> this morning a. new gallop poll showing a tighter race after the debate. the president is up by just three points after being up by six points at his peak. and we have the latest from the campaign trail. >> reporter: california's safely in obama's corner but he is not there looking for votes, and he is there raising campaign cash. a lot of it. >> are you fired up. >> reporter: the stars came out. george clooney, and stevie wonder, and john bon jovi and katy perry all t
's jon karl brings us an exclusive first look at a report which shows 100 ways in which congress is still wasting nearly $18 billion in taxpayer money. jon has our washington watchdog tonight. >> reporter: chances are, when you think "nonprofit," you don't think the national football league. after all, the nfl pulled in more than $9 billion last year but the league calls itself a nonprofit organization and avoids paying some $40 million in taxes every year. >> we have some of the biggest corporations in america paying no taxes whatsoever. you know something is wrong with the code. >> reporter: the nfl loophole is just one of the examples in senator tom coburn's new "wastebook 2012 report" on government waste. there's the $325,000 squirrel robot. it looks so real, it can fool a rattlesnake. the million dollar martian menu. nasa has no planes for a manned mission to the red planet, but it is spending nearly $1 million a year researching the kind of food to eat there. and the lake murray airport in oklahoma, just one flight a month, but it gets $150,000 a year from the faa. the oklahoma airp
service must have been on edge. >> they must have been, jon. so, you told me, there was somebody else in the room who won. a surprising winner? >> reporter: yes, diane. the clear winner of last night's debate was jeremy epstein. he was that 20-year-old college student who asked the very first question about getting a job after he graduates. well, since then, get jeremy a job has been trending on twitter. a sign that his job prospects are up and after the debate, he talked to both candidates, even got a promise out of mitt romney for a job after he gets out of college -- but diane, i don't know if that will happen. jeremy told us he is no longer an undecided voter. if the election were today, he said he would vote for obama. >> oh, but talk about networking. thank you, jon, weighing in his own scorecard tonight. >>> we have more evidence tonight that the u.s. housing market is coming back to life. the number of new homes constructed in september jumped 15% in one month. and that is the fastest rate of new construction since the early days of the recession, in july 2008. something else
with abc's jonathan karl right now. jon? >> reporter: diane, it was an even harder fought than the presidential debate, but today, both men quickly hit the campaign trail, trying to take advantage of whatever momentum they can. fresh off the big debate, joe biden rallied supporters in lacross, wisconsin -- paul ryan's home state. >> i am sure you observed last night, we had a little bit of a debate. >> reporter: ryan, out for a family breakfast in kentucky, seemed pleased, too. >> i feel great. >> reporter: it was a debate that sets the stage for the campaign's final month, laying out big differences on the central issues. like whether tax rates can be lowered without adding to the deficit. >> not mathematically possible. >> it is mathematically possible. it's been done before. it's precisely what we're proposing. >> it has never been done before. >> it's been done a couple of times, actually. >> it has never been done before. >> jack kennedy lowered tax rates, increased growth. ronald reagan -- >> oh, now you're jack kennedy? >> reporter: biden went right at ryan over mitt rom
daily show with jon stewart," and things took a serious turn discussing the consulate in benghazi, libya. >> we had to ramp up security around the world. >> reporter: president obama heads to virginia. while mitt romney campaigns in florida. the latest gallup poll shows mitt romney leading by seven points, 52% to 45%. but polls of the battleground states that will decide the election show a much tighter race. paula and john? >> tahman bradley, in washington. thank you for that much-needed humor from that dinner, tahman. >> indeed. >>> as for the candidates' wives, ann romney presented her husband's shift on abortion on "the view." he was opposing abortion when it came to creating embryos for stem cell research. and first lady michelle obama appears on "live with kelly and michael." in response to rapid-fire questions she says her guilty questions are french fries and the real housewives. the candidates will showdown monday night at 9:00 eastern. we'll have live coverage here on abc. >>> now, to the shocking child sex abuse scandal plaguing the boy scouts. decades of allegations released
upend this final stretch? here's abc's senior political correspondent jon karl tonight. >> reporter: it's mother nature's october surprise. a storm so big and so destructive, it could throw the campaign's final week into chaos. >> the storm will throw a little bit of havoc into the race. >> reporter: for president obama, it meant canceling two upcoming events and visiting fema headquarters, vowing an immediate response to the storm. >> we're going to cut through red tape, we're not going to get bogged down with a lot of rules. we want to make sure we are anticipating and leaning forward. >> reporter: there are political stakes, too. a chance for the president to show decisive leadership or to take the blame if the response is bungled. all told, 16 campaign events have already been canceled. mitt romney canceled three in virginia, moving westward to ohio, where he met up with paul ryan. >> today, when we get home, put in our prayers the people who are in the east coast, in the wake of this big storm that's coming. let's not forget those fellow americans of ours. >> reporter: with just ni
appearances. today, on the jon stewart "daily show" and annthe president and ann romeny on "the >> loudon county is a bellwether county. the highest median income of any in the country nearly $120,000. last august, president obama said "we won last time i 11 county, and if we win again, we win virginia, and if we winvirginia, we win the election." >> i think it is up for grabs. i think the president has a good chance to take this county and this town, but governor romney has been running a fairly strong campaign. >> latin county is the new va with an old virginian name, the namesake of early gladden, who according to historians was a person utterly lacking in initiative ability and intelligence, quite unlike today's up-and-coming citizens. >> my opinion is -- the county is leaning republican. i am and small business owner in leesburg, and i think more people are moving towards the republican idea. >> some folks cannot get past mitt romney's 47% remark. >> i believe that obama has articulated a strategy that takes care of the greatest number of people and looks out for the common good. >>
with jon stewrat, he was asked about his debate appearance. >> i am which debate was which? >> the interview turned serious about libya. >> it is not optimal when killed.s get to fix it.g all of it. >> of both candidates got new endorsements from major newspapers. there was a split decision. the orlando sentinel said it is endorsing mitt romney, the tampa giving itss endorsement to barack obama. weekend, the candidates prepping ahead of the third and final debate. to watch it one 9:00 andday night to let us knowe what to think about what they are saying by logging onto the oftant reaction page wjla.com on your computer or smartphone. >> president obama's debate him raise ahelped record amount of money. obama campaign confirms it biggest single fund- raising day on wednesday. numbers have not been released. includes fund-raising during campaign as well. >> new developments in the involving a police officer. the officer was not wearing his belt at the time of the crash. bowden died when his cruiser slammed into a poll yesterday. friends and colleagues reflect his life and car
and jake tapper, david muir and jon karl are standing by. jake? lead us off. >> reporter: well, the obama campaign says they feel vice president biden did the forceful job he needs to do. a top democrat i spoke with earlier was worried that the age difference would play poorly for the vice president, being 69, that he feared he would seem tired. obviously vice president biden came ready to play. i think it's fair to say that jason sudeikis who plays him on "saturday night live" has a lot of ammunition for saturday night. democrats will be energized by the vice president's performance. they will be excited and it tees up president obama well. i agree with nicolle that i think it's different to see how it will play with independents, the moderates. but democrats feel very good about the vice president's performance and feel this will be a good way or the alley-oop for president obama. >> david muir? >> i got to tell you, george, a lot different from last week in denver where i was hearing from key advisers toward the key of the debate that romney made a lot of points on the economy, it was
, appearance on jon stewart's show, and he and romney will address a bipartisan dinner here in new york tonight. >>> yesterday, romney was reaching out to women voters. he told crowds in virginia that the president has failed america's women, by not sufficiently boosting the economy. and romney promised that if mr. obama is re-elected it will be more of the same. >> i think it is interesting, with two presidential debates gone, the president still hasn't found an agenda for his second term. we have an agenda for our term. and our agenda is going to get this country working again. >> romney also said that over 3.5 million more women are now in pof teverty than when the president took office. up more debate, monday night, in florida, the topic, foreign policy. they estimated 1/5 of the population was watching the second debate last night. >> good to know right? >> it is very good to know. some numbers here. i know you are a cruncher, how many days to the election? >> 19. >> become to back gallup polls, give romney the edge. and there are new stats out that say, well first time, that romney has th
bill o'reilly's liver." >> ready to rubber? >> bill o'reilly will face on this at 8:00 with jon stewart. >> do you see me as mitt romney? is that how you will frame the stacks i see you as an abominable snowman. >> so much for talking down. >> was going to win? >> john stuart will eat a bill reilly's liver. >> what is the protocol for to people about the debate that is it a wedding the indexthing? there'll be an hour of debate. >> i wanted to work on speed. i chased a chicken around the studio. the moderator will be easy hill. >> you have to remember for stewart and his 18 writers. >> cannot wait. bring it on. one of the most popular events is back this week. it will be serving it up for the next three days. more than 70 area restaurants will fill up five city blocks offering a variety of tastings. there'll be live music as well. iran's from monday from noon to 7:00. for more information go to the tasteofdc.org. >> meanwhile, students are marching in support of the maryland a dream act. it would allow illegal immigrants to pay in state tuition of their parents have paid taxes and attend
, quote, should be confined to crazy town. diane? >> all right, jon karl reporting in from washington. >>> and there will be a lot more on all of this, sunday on "this week," george stephanopoulos will break it down with bill o'reilly, james carville and mary mat lynne. >>> and we turn next to the new clues in the mystery surrounding the death of the u.s. ambassador, chris stevens, and three other americans in libya. there is a report that two men from tunisia were held for questioning in turkey. and abc news has a provocative document tonight. it is a request from the americans on the ground in libya for help with protection. it raises the question about the state department's response and abc's jake tapper shows us that document. >> reporter: the members of the u.s. military serving as security support team at the u.s. embassy in tripoli, libya, wanted to keep a small airplane in the country. according to a government source, that was so the team, changed with providing extra security at diplomatic posts, could travel around the country along with their weapons. but state department
, the jokes. and abc's jon karl spokes us the perils. >> i can't, the third one, i can't. sorry. oops. >> reporter: some debate moments just don't need late-night comedians to be memorable. for the rest, there's "saturday night live." >> let me just sum up. on track. stay the course. 1,000 points of light. >> governor dukakis rebuttal. >> i can't believe i'm losing to this guy. >> reporter: over the years, the "snl" parodies have been more memorable sometimes than the debates themselves. >> can i call you joe? >> of course. >> okay, because i cpracticed a couple of zingers where i call you joe. >> reporter: when you think of palin facing off against biden, you're probably more likely to think of this. >> john mccain and i, we're a couple of mavericks. and gosh darn it, we're going to take that maverick energy right to washington and we're going to use it to fix this financial crisis. >> reporter: the real al gore was so stiff in his first debate -- >> i will put medicare and social security in a lockbox. >> reporter: -- his staff made him watch this. >> one of the keys to the lockbox
is a frivolous celebrity, not a leader. but there he is on "jay leno," at a rally with katy perry, and on jon stewart. >> i am doing great. >> reporter: like the fabled thief who said he robbed banks because that's where the money is, the obama campaign says the president is going to where the voters are. such as "inside edition." >> really popular show. >> reporter: especially the young voters they need to win. the president focuses on issues like student loans and cothat sepgs. the president, in our latest poll, is winning almost two-thirds of voters under 30, and he needs them to turn out in droves. thus, this from the first lady on "jimmy kimmel" -- >> election day! up and et 'em! >> reporter: actress leno dunham from the hbo series "girls" taped this web video ad about "your first time." >> you want to do it with a great guy. >> reporter: your first time voting, that is. and the randy nature of that web ad illustrates the potential downside to the president that he risk seeming unserious. one other note, diane, because of the pending arrival of hurricane sandy, some events with the presi
on the weekend. commentator tv leaningreilly and left- host jon stewart faced off in a presidential debate on real issues at george washington .niversity demand was so high to see them that crashed the servers. be available for download. it's 43 degrees outside this monday morning. >> still ahead, it's a big day tomorrow for >> welcome back. i'm brian van de graaff. jacqui jeras is attending a conference. we should be in the low 70's this time of year. today we will be back in the mid again.ce there is a frost advisory virginia,st shenandoah, and so forth. we will have a few sticks of some this afternoon. this morning. becoming mostly cloudy today. highs in the mid 50's. couple light showers this heavy.on, nothing a nice warming trend. the seven-day forecast coming up. the traffic is light. very few people out so far this so that will make for a very nice ride. a live look at va. 110 moving well. there's a paving operation on lorton.in we are alternating lane closures. effect untilin southbound.ound and moving well heading up to 395. hov lane restrictions are listed 395, 95, and 66, and 27
hill tonight, jonathan karl, thank you, jon. >>> and, there was news today about something american families trust to keep their children safe. school buses. a new investigation by our affiliate, wmar in baltimore. it shows school buses caught on tape, gunning it through red lights. abc's senior national correspondent jim avila has more. >> hug and kiss. >> reporter: parents trust them with precious lives. >> our bus driver is really good. i never seen speed. >> reporter: so, when moms and dads see pictures like this, school buses barrelling through red lights and caught hitting speeds 20 miles or more over the speed limit, it's shocking. >> on our lives, 50 lives that you just put in danger. >> reporter: this is baltimore, are our affiliate wmar-abc 2 investigates hundreds of speeding and red light camera violations, caught on tape. some of them had kids in the bus as it zoomed by the camera. >> we were absolutely stunned by the number of tickets that we found. >> reporter: it's not just baltimore. our cincinnati affiliate bought a radar gun. >> no way. >> reporter: they, too, were
wrong in benghazi? and why was the administration's response so confusing? last night, comedian jon stewart took his turn. >> i would say you would admit it was not the optimal response, at least to the american people as far as us all being on the same page. >> well, here's what i'll say. >> yeah. >> if four americans get killed, it's not optimal. >> right. >> and we're going to fix it. and -- >> all of it. >> all of it. >> reporter: that remains a work in progress. the president has vowed to bring those responsible to justice, but although government officials suggest that members of an extremist group were involved in the attack, two hours were spent on the pat yoel of a crowded luxury hotel last night with a leader of that group, as he sipped a strawberry frappe. this afternoon, republicans in congress released new images from the compound where ambassador chris stevens and three had americans died, including earlier photos from previous attacks in benghazi, highlighting how precarious the security situation had been. they released this chilling june cable from ambassador steven
and cannot do. and abc's jon karl has pored over the 21 pages. >> reporter: rock stars make all kinds of demands when they perform. van halen wants no brown m&ms in the dressing room. mariah carey insists on custom toilet paper, white roses and vanilla aromatherapy candles. obama and romney have demands, too -- all in a 21-page agreement. tonight, identical director's chairs and foot rests and they must stay in their predesignated area. no wandering around the stage like john mccain or charging your opponent like al gore did to george bush. and like football, lots of koij tosses which determines who gets the first question. past candidates had demands too. al gore worried about sweating. wanted the room 55 degrees and michael dukakis who is quite a bit shorter an the elder george bush negotiated a little boost hidden beneath the carpet behind the podium. take a look at that again. as dukakis goes back behind the podium, he also gets up onto something the debate commission called the "pitcher's mound." and suddenly he's just about as tall as george bush. the obama/romney agreement says
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coickc cocomics will be out in force tomorrow. abc's jon karl now with the funnest things from debates past. >> reporter: ah, the vice presidency. two v.p.'s ended up on mt. rushmore. more than a dozen eventually became president. but let's be candid, the office of vice president has usually benn the rodney dangerfield of american politics. >> get no respect. no respect. >> reporter: just look at the tv show "veep." >> did the president call? >> no. >> no. >> reporter: julia louis-dreyfus plays a v.p. with almost nothing to do. >> reporter: it's not a new phenomenon. the very first veep dramatized on the hbo series "john adams" put it best. >> i am vice president, yes, and in this i am nothing, but i may be everything. >> reporter: over there years, there have been some sordid characters in the office. vice president tompkins, monroe's number two, was often so drunk presiding over the senate that congress refused to pay his 23full salary. vice president dan quayle had some real responsibilities but he may be best remembered for this ill-fated spelling lesson. >> potato. >> reporter: at
. and also on top, jon stewart, he's going to be here on thursday, debating bill o'reilly on saturday. you know both men well. who is going to win? >> jon stewart will eat bill o'reilly's liver with fava beans. >> and relish. >> and a nice chianti. >> tell us about the book. you say right now the entertainment industry is not doing its part to fix the economy. >> by saying -- by portraying america as the greatest country it can be. it's one of the greatest exports we have in the united states, is our entertainment industry. we need more movies spread around the world that declare america's greatness at all times. >> we'll work on that. you have everybody over there working hard on it. they have the 3d glasses. >> the book is in 3d. it's very importantly in 3d. >> it actually is. >> after "avengers" came out in 3d and had a $250 million opening weekend, i realized that 2d books aren't good anymore. looks like the pages are just turning straight at you. >> get that little cam with it, too. >> that's not how 3d works. thank you for trying. >> i tried. >> i appreciate it. those are great glass
by the set of "the daily show," to mix it up with jon stewart. >> we have been speaking, no for a good 12 to 14 minutes. and i am curious. how many e-mails during that time do you think your campaign has sent me? >> it depends on whether you're maxed out. >> reporter: it was not all funny business. >> i would say even you admit it was not the optimal response, at least to the american people, as far as us all being on the same page. >> well, here's what i'll say. >> yep. >> if four americans get killed, it's not optimal. and we're going to fix it. all of it. all of it. >> reporter: some conservatives making hay out of the optimal comment. as you pointed out, romney is ahead in the gallup daily tracking point by seven points. obama leads in the states of wisconsin and iowa. romney showing momentum in florida, north carolina, virginia. it could come down to ohio. >> it sure will. and it will go down to the wire. we close in on monday's final debate, sunday "this week" rahm emanuel for the democrats. and florida senator, marco rubio for the gop. >>> and right now, josh elliott is here for th
karl at the debate site in kentucky, where biden and ryan will square off. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, george. right down on that stage is the one and only showdown between vice president biden and paul an. and the stakes are as high as they've ever been for a vice presidential debate. paul ryan may not have as much experience as joe biden. but he's done least eight debates in previous congressional races, including this one, when he first ran for office and was just 27 years old. his opponent said he was young enough to be her son. ryan has never had a debate on a stage anywhere near as big as the one tonight. but two years ago, he did have a memorable faceoff against president obama at a bipartisan health care summit at the white house. >> i've got to tell you, the american people are engaged. and if you think they want a government takeover of health care, i would respectfully submit you're not listening to them. >> reporter: ryan spent a lot of time preparing for this, including numerous debate sessions. >> i like joe personally quite a bit. i just disag
will stump in ohio for obama. and on thursday, the president joins jon stewart on "the daily show." it will be his sixth appearance and second from becoming president. but the performance that really matters is the one that comes next tuesday. the second presidential debate. mr. obama headed to williamsburg today, for a couple of days of practice. and mitt romney is doing debate practice this weekend. it is tuesday, the big time we see them in the second debate. >> indeed. a lot of democrats, especially, say those adjustments are key. >>> for more on this, we have john avlon, senior columnist for "newsweek" and "the daily beast." let's talk about benghazi. is this a potent issue? and does the killing of bin laden not top the attack? >> this killing in benghazi was at the wrong time for the obama administration. it's been a month since the attack. we haven't brought those killers to justice. that's a real problem. but foreign policy has long been the president's strength in polls. in large part because of the killing of osama bin laden. the benghazi attack doesn't take that away. i
ever. >> oh, my word. >> the most annoying sound ever. see,hi, i'm jon secada. yake yop did you ow that chronic hepatitis c affects approximately one million hispanic americans? each story is different, but for at least 20 yes my father never id how sick he was getting. he stayed silent, never talked over opthe optios with his doctor. if he had, maybe i'd be siting him at home, instead of here. if you still think there's's strength in silence, think again. talk to your doctor about your options and learn more at tune in to hep c dot com. >>> this morning on "world news now" -- round one. the presidential candidates are hours away from their first face-to-face debate. >> while they were doing last-minute preparations, the vice presidential candidates were trading barbs. it's wednesday, october 3rd. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> good morning, everybody. i'm rob nelson. >> i'm paula faris. on this wednesday. right? >> yeah, wednesday. i think so. >> i even have to think what year it is. what month. >> it's hump day. >> i do think i know my name. >> check.
news now" continues after this from our abc stations. hi, i'm jon secada. did you ow that chroninic hepatitis c affects approxately one million hispan americans? each story is different, but for at least 20 years my father never said how sick he was getting. he stayed silent, never talked over the options with his doctor. if he had, maybe i'd be siting him at home, instead of here. if you still think there's's strength in silence, talk to your doctor about your options and learn re at tune in to hep c dot com. ♪ ♪ skinny ♪ ♪ so skinny ♪ ♪ skinny ♪ ♪ so skinny >> i had an awful time getting to sleep yesterday. i'm exhausted to night. flipping through the channels and hoping to catch the ladies of "the view." >> you tivo. >> caught it. i was glad i did. i caught barbara walters, kind of giving donald trump a tongue lashing, obviously. he made news this week, challenging the president. hey, release your college records and your passport records and, $5 million to your favorite charity. that's how donald tried to make news this week. so, that didn't sit well with barbara
will be home soon, britney. keep them vitles hot. hi, i'm jon secada. did you knknow that chronic hepatitis c affects approximimately one million hispanic americans? each story is different, but for at least 20 years my father never said how sick he was getting. he stayed silent, never talked over the options with his doctor. if he had, maybe i'd be siting him at home, instead of here. if you still think there's strength in silence, talk to your doctor about your options and learn momore at tune in to hep c dot com. >>> this morning on "world news now" -- ready for a rematch. the presidential candidates face off tonight in their second debate. >> this time, audience members at the town hall-style event will get to ask the questions. it is tuesday, october 16th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> i love that new voice. >> me too. >> this is "world news now." a cross between sexy and constipated. it's good. >> you can relate. let's do the whole show in the voice. >> good morning, everybody. i'm rob nelson. >> i'm paula faris. we are going to get a preview of round two of
to hear later in the half-hour. earlier, the president taped an appearance of jon stewart's show where things begin to get serious about policy talk. >> when middle-class families do well, ladders of opportunity for poor families to get into the middle-class. the entire economy does well. when a few folks are doing well at the top and everybody else is getting squeezed the economy grows slower. mr. obama criticized himself and joked a bit about vice president biden and "50 shades of grey." third presidential debate takes place monday. and candidates go one-on-one for a final time. we well have complete coverage. all starts at 9:00 p.m. eastern and 6:00 pacific. >>> new questions this morning about quazi nafis, the man accused of trying to bomb the federal reserve bank. and the way he made to new york. he entered on a student visa to attend college in missouri then transferred to new york. new york senator charles shumer said that should have raised some red flags. >> we do know that the student visa program in the hand of a few wrong-doers, so-called sham universities around the countr
the most. end up being what harms you the most. you hi, i'm jon secada. did you know that chroroc hepatitis c affects approximately one million hispanic americans? each story is different, but for at least 20 yearars my father never said how sick he was getting. he stayed silent, never talked over the options with his doctor. if he had, maybe i'd be vivisitg him at home, instead of here. if you still think there's's strength in silence, think again. talk to your doctor about your options and learn more at tune in to hep c dot com. >>> well when you think about counterfeit stuff, maybe you are thinking about money or fake luxury items. you are probably not thinking abut the airbags in your car, safe to say. >> you should be. in fact national traffic safety administration is warning about counterfeit airbags. abc's david kerley reports they look like the real thing but they're not. >> reporter: this airbag supposed to save your life explode. fire shooting out of the steering wheel. a count fit. here it is again. the fake literally shooting parts and flames. right act the driver. or this bag,
to the song of the year, gangnam style. ♪ oh sexy lady hi, i'm jon secada. did you know that chnic hepatitis c affects approxately one million hispanic americans? each story is different, but for at least 20 years my father nevever said how sik he was getting. he stayed silent, never talked over the options with his doctor. if he had, maybe i'd be siting hiat home, instead of here. if you still think there's strength in silence, think again. talk to your doctor about your options and learn more at tune in to hep c dot com. >>> this morning on "world news now" -- a razor-thin race. a new poll shows president obama and mitt romney separated by less than 1%. >> it is yet more evidence of how every single vote will count in this election. it is wednesday, october 24th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> good morning, everyone. i'm paula faris. >> and i'm rob nelson. the poll comes as both candidates prepare for an epic road trip trying to bring their message to as many voters as possible in these final days. >> if we had 60 states in our great land i think they would try to
question, lisa. last year, jon karl got into this as part of the "world news'" made in america series. all of the products at the u.s. capitol gift shop were made in america. we took your question to the white house, they haven't gotten back to us yet. we'll follow up. send your question to me on facebook and twitter. >>> and that's all for us today. thank you for sharing part of your sunday with us. check out "world news" with david muir night and tune in tomorrow night for one-on-one candidate debate at 9:00 eastern/6:00 pacific. i'll see you tomorrow on "good morning america."
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. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, george. that storm did not delay this campaign for long. joe biden and mitt romney will be campaigning hard down here in florida today. the storm has forced the president to cancel several campaign events. but it has also given him a chance to show some presidential leadership. >> my message to the federal government, no bureaucracy, no red tape. get resources where they're needed. >> reporter: and later today, he'll get a firsthand look at the damage on the new jersey shore, with none other than the state's republican governor, chris christie. christie is a die-hard romney supporter. but he's had nothing but praise for the president's handling of the storm, which he says is all that really counts right now. >> i don't give a damn about election day. it doesn't matter a lick to me at the moment. i've got much bigger fish to fry than that. so do the people of the state of new jersey. >> reporter: romney, after cancelling eight events in five states, turned a planned rally in ohio into a makeshift aid relief effort. >> a lot of people will b
the "pitcher's mound," and suddenly he's just about as tall as george bush. and check out how jon stewart boosted his height against bill o'reilly, but the obama/romney agreement says no height boost for either candidate, and a source deep inside the back room talks tells abc news that one of these past candidates -- we can't say which one -- insisted that the cameras be repositioned so as not to show his bald spot, but never any demands about brown m&ms. jonathan karl, abc news, washington. >>> oh. >> you're not following our writers on this show, paula. >> height difference are we talking about. >> thank you. there we go. that is how we roll. on the overnights. >> yeah, we're just kind of leaving ourselves like teeing everybody up for a bad, sick, inappropriate joke right now. >> is it comfortable down there? >> i'm going to rise to the occasion. >> there you go. come on up. join us, everybody. no crazy demands on the overnight. just love of the job. >> just love, three diet cokes. >> that's all. >> some kim kardashian posters. >> hmm. >> what was that again? that onion makes me cry. >>
's progressive. call or click today. hi, i'm jon secada. did you ow that chronic hepatitis c affects approxately one million hispanic americans? each story is different, but for at least 20 yearars my father never said how sick he was getting. he stayed silent, never talked over the options with his doctor. if he had, maybe i'd be siting him at home, instead of here. if you still think there strength in silence, talk to your doctor about your options and learn momore at tune in to hep c dot com. [whistles] guys, guys, guys. you've all been working here for 2 years. now, why do i have to keep teaching you the same stuff? i want to see you apply light pressure in small circles. can we take a break? the sun is scorching, and i'm very fair-skinned. you've only been out here for 8 minutes. whatever. ah, the intern car wash. are you saving up soou can finally get those pec implants rereplaced? ron is coming to town totoday, and speakiking of which, i need to see you put on something a bit nicer. yoknow, this whole competitiothing that you have happening with your high school buddy, it is very, very bo
. >> jon stewart has been pretty relentless. in fact, the president is going back to the "daily show" this thursday. should be good. >> he is a brave soul. >> thank you for watching this half-hour. don't forget to check us out on facebook. >> that's it. more from abc coming up next. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades.
it for three months. if they have pre-existing conditions, they're out of luck. >> so, jon, before you let you go, i have to ask you one question, is donald trump a small business? >> well, i've got to tell you, diane, i was a reporter in new york for many years, i've covered donald trump. i know him. i've interviewed him. he is not a small businessman. >> but technically, technically, i think the president would argue that he is, with a number of employees that he talks about, george. >> i want to pick up with matt dou dowd, that point about pre-existing conditions. as nicole was talking about, it seemed like in that extended discussion, about an hour into the debate, that's where you see mitt romney scoring but reaching out to voters beyond his republican base. >> well, yeah, because we know all the polls basically say the majority of voters don't want -- are not satisfied with president obama's health care plan. if you are going to repeal it or not is a different question. but a majority of voters don't want that. i this i there were so many opportunities, including that one, where the pres
presidential debate. once again diane sawyer and george stephanopoulos. >> to jon karl. what what surprised you the most? >> our goal is simply not to screw up so it didn't surprise me on one hand he embraced in many ways the obama foreign policy agenda and didn't pick big fights. what surprised me the degree to which mitt romney sounded like a peacenik. george mcgovern, there was a little george mcgovern coming out of him like we cannot kill our way out of this mess or said our goal is to make the world more peaceful. that was's very different tone from mitt romney than the mitt romney i covered during the primaries. >> and said we don't want another iraq or afghanistan. no military in syria and you're manning the fact check desk. any glaring misstatements by either candidate? >> well, there were a couple. one was when mitt romney repeated what he said before, that the president went on an apology tour when he became president. we looked at all those speeches. the president didn't apologize for america. he did acknowledge some mistakes that the united states had made but there's no way you cou
. >> a lot of online activity last night. it's "your voice, your vote." with just 25 days to go. abc's jon karl has all the highlights from danville, kentucky. no throat-clearing last night. these guys were going at it from the start. >> reporter: they sure were, george. this was a clash of ideas. a clash of styles. and i would say the liveliest vice presidential debate we have ever seen. this one got personal. >> jack kennedy lowered taxes -- >> now, you're jack kennedy. >> reporter: barb after barb. >> i know you're under a lot of duress to make up for lost ground. but i think people will be better served if we don't keep interrupting each other. >> well, don't take all of the four minutes then. >> reporter: biden was often dominant. maybe a little too dominant. republicans claimed he interrupted ryan 82 times. often breaking out in laughter. even when ryan was talking about iranian nukes. >> and all i have to point to -- >> reporter: biden was all-smiles when he accused ryan of basically not telling the truth. >> this is a bunch of stuff. look, here's the deal. >> what does that mean, a
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